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. >> reporter: indeed. speaking in a very sound bite manner, dylan and essentially the message was, here's our bipartisan deal. speaker boehner alluding to it being worked on over the weekend and a sense of pragmatism saying this deal is not perfect. we're not getting everything we want. both sides are not getting everything that want. people are having to suffer on both sides, if you will. so this is a logical, i believe the word was common sense plan that the president should not veto. and what exactly is in here, dylan? about a $1 trillion extension of the debt limit, contingent upon $1 tony 2 trillion in spending cuts right away that would take the country all the way to age next year. with that time a bipartisan bicable 12 committee member ay signed looking for ways to reduce the deficit, produce a report by november voted on before there would be another extension to the debt limit. dylan, the main gist of this, we're hearing harry reid's plan will have a difficult time in the senate. this is the only plan coming out of the house of presentatives, possibly go to the senate and be amended
has partnered with carol kane, bob dylan, and burt bacharach. -- she has partnered with carol king. hasn't know what nikki jean planned for her second cd but here is the lineup on her second debut. carlys lamont dozier, simon, bob dylan, to name a few. >> good to be here. tavis: it is amazing to me to sit across from someone you have seen and heard, read about, collaborated with everyone. you have been on tour with a bunch of artist we all know from lupe to kanye. when you are working with that many artists, what is the process for getting your own project out and how patient do you have to be? >> i have had to be very patient. the challenge for me was after my initial success with lupe fiasco. i was interested in doing an r&b record. i probably could have gotten that moving pretty fast but i had always been a songwriter. i wanted to do something really true to who i am in my musical love and identity and that took longer. luckily, the idea to work with all these people came along and allowed me to fill that vision. >> how does one end up on an album with bob dylan, burt bacharach,
>>> thanks very much for watching. dylan ratigan's here and he picks things up for the afternoon. dylan? all yours. >> thank you so much, mr. bashir. hope you have a lovely weekend, by the way. >> same to you, sir, an thank you. >> and i will see you on monday. our show begins. show begins right now. >>> well, the big story today, debt-struction. a lot of political shenanigans, developments coming fast and furious,y might expect this afternoon. widely, the markets are expecting a deal of some findish even if it's a band thade doesn't do much. we'll see what it mean. good afternoon. i'm dylan ratigan. a mass of house votes on yet another revised version of speaker boehner's deal. all of these deal, lick nickels and -- the final vote won't come until later tonight if boehner can whip up the 216 votes to do the deal. couldn't do it yesterday. we start with luke rurt on capitol hill. mike viqueira on standby at the white house. we begin with you, luke. tell me about a tea party politician who ran for the congress in objection to the back room arm twisting where i say i'll take away f
upping the ante. good afternoon, my name is dylan ratigan. nice to be seeing you. put on your poker face, my friends. president obama summoning congressional leaders back to the white house. first the democrats go with the -- the republicans shortly thereafter. they say they have a bipartisan proposal. we'll see how bernie sanders feels about it. it won't be done in time to raise the desert ceiling. all bets are on a short-term -- expect some sort of gang of six, reid/mcconnell hybrid deal. all you really need to know, whatever this deal is, it does nothing to address the structural causes of our deficit and joblessness from tax reform to trade reform to bank reform. instead you have politicians cutting things that are politically desirable for their constituents so that the politicians can try to keep their jobs while preventing us, the american people, from getting the structural improvements, banks trade, et cetera, that we all so desperately need. the pro wrestling continues. can you keep your job in washington? that's the question. luke, can they keep their jobs with this deal? >> t
york city, and across this great land. i am dylan ratigan. a pleasure to be seeing you. debt negotiators have yet to get over their trillion dollar hump and agree on a debt deal to keep our nation functional, the president stepping up the fearmongering, warning that seniors may not be able to get their social security check next month if congress does not act. quite simply, that would not happen. on the gop side, speaker boehner said any deal would be a crapshoot. house majority leader eric cantor, king of the prowrestlers these days, a leading voice emerging, aligning with the extremely far right idea logically prime minister study committee, in guarantees another job-killing debt crisis. that's a good talking point. i think most notably we'll stop spending on pod people or -- does that make sense to you? keep in mind just 58% of u.s. adults have a job as it is. nbc's mike viqueira is live outside that white house meeting. mike, any conversation in that room about actually cancelling some of this debt? >> reporter: well, first of all, let me start with some quotes from the s
york city. i am dylan ratigan. nice to see you. five days away from the potentially disastrous treasury deadline. they could move it, fiddle with it. a lot of thing koss happen. two hours away from the house vote on boehner's two-part deal, an extension, another debate next year. the speaker met with freshmen member on the republican side today. pre-vote arm twisting. as we watched the pro wrestling play out, remember, none matters because the senate majority leader vowed to defeat the boehner plan coming out of the house as soon as they get it. the white house threatening to veto it either way, will also get in this show to some of the real solutions to the long-term deficit crisis our congress is ignoring either because they don't want to deal with it or are paid to avoid it at all costs. first, to the pro wrestling we go, nbc's loudmouth luke russert! speaker boehner dubbed limb as such today on the capitol hill. luke, no nickname whatsoever, and incredibly gel us of your new status as the loudmouth on the hill. how does it feel? >> reporter: you're the people's champion. >> apprecia
watching. dylan ratigan is here to take us forward. dylan, all yours. >> thank you so much, martin. a pleasure to be seeing her. our show, indeed, begins right now. >>> the big story for everybody out there -- now what? lots of false debate on capitol hill, a week from the treasury's default deadline. sort of invented in its own right. a tuesday in new york. good news, not at hot as it was. my name is dylan ratigan. pleasure to see you. the president and speaker of the house delivering speeches that have absolutely nothing to do with where the fault or blame now stands. more importantly, underlying structural problems that got us into this mess in the first place, talking about that. listening to all the floor speech, primetime addresses and press conferences you may actually think something is getting done. but if that was the case we'd have already raised the debt ceiling and moved on to restructuring bank, trade taxes in order to create jobs and prosperity for america. that's downright crazy. luke russert starts us off on capitol hill with the latest on the debt ceiling. >> repo
-breaking month. >> reporter: 25-year-old dylan smith and his 26-year-old boyhood friend aaron levy are two of them. >> introducing box.net. >> reporter: in 2005 they opened a company called box which allows companies to share and store files from cell phones, ipads and androids. in the last nine months, dylan and aaron almost doubled their work force. they are now up to 6 million users, and they are moving to a new building three times as large. >> we wanted to be right in the center of silicon valley where there is much more talent and much more capital, much more access to resources, and i think this is the place to do that. >> reporter: they expect to more than triple their revenue every year for the foreseeable future. >> the biggest temptation is probably to try to do too much, although we are growing very quickly. we really need to focus on what's going to drive the most value for the business. >> reporter: it does seem that every corner in the silicon valley has an office park fully occupied by hot, high-tech companies. of course, it was that way back in the 1990s, and then the bubb
downing street, the british version of pennsylvania avenue. amazing show for you. i'm dylan ratigan. house is minority whip steny hoyer along talking debt. and leo he hind rip -- hindry ae talk about sucking more money out of the country. we start with the story of the day. tabloid gossip that may millions for murdoch threatens to topple his very own $3 billion empire built on it. murdoch tried to pass the buck at the house of commons inquiry. every seen these guys? insisting he is not to blame for hacking phones. this is rupert, belonging to politicians, phones belonging to the royal family, hacking phones belonging to a murdered 13-year-old girl. hacking phones belonging to 9/11 families, and dead soldiers in the wars. serious allegations. the 80-year-old also appeared confused or some argue, just playing stupid when it came to the company paying millions of its own dollars to settle hacking lawsuits and not investigate past criminal allegations against them. >> do you accept that ultimately you are responsible for this whole fiasco. >> no. >> you're not responsible? who is respon
the real debt debate. good afternoon to you. happy monday to you. i'm name dylan ratigan and we have a major lineup for you today combining the powers of msnbc, the newly revamped dylanratigan.com and the huffington post to bring you a real conversation a way from the washington talking points. in the show today -- a d.r. exclusive with one of the true conservatives in this nation that i respect. senator tom coburn on the whys and hows behind higs new plan to save $9 trillion and more importantly seek to establish true confidence in america's political and economic problem-solving systems. also today a look at the real dheel would replace the taxes and austerity debate with tree structuring versus taxes and austerity as it may be the only solution that could not only save america but the world from long-term financial ruin. but it's a debate neither president obama nor republican leadership wants to touch. >>> before we step away, though, for senator coburn, let's look at what the rest of the lawmakers are doing, calling it the congressional two-step. all about political posturi
of the budget meeting battle begins anew. it's thursday, my name is dylan. a nice day in new york today. summer, july. what the heck. but on the countryfront it looks a bit like this. pro wrestling reach add new level. in one corner, barack obama. and in the other -- republican majority leader eric cantor -- a little less than 24 hours ago, round four, the battle of obama and cantor apparently had a stare dourn that ended with some saying the president told eric do not call my bluff. i'm not bluffing and i will risk my presidency on a deal to raise the debt ceiling. what about jobs? anybody? no. forget that. >>> today in add events around 5:00, duelling conferences, floor speeches, high drama. >> the house majority leader eric cantor shown he shouldn't even be at the table and it was childish. >> if the president wants to threaten seniors or veterans or rattle the world economy pretending he can't pay our bills, he, of course, can do that. but he's not going to implicate republicans in these efforts. >> so now what? for that our man on the scene, mike viqueira. any talk of getting rid of this t
at the white house. >> reporter: hi there, dylan. that meeting with president obama and congressional leaders you mentioned just wrapped up. we're hoping that the congressional leaders will come out and talk to us and let us know exactly what happened in the meeting. one important point. the meeting lasted about an hour and a half. a little longer. that's about the same length that the past two meetings have lasted. three meetings they have had since last thursday and they still haven't been able to really make much progress towards getting a deal done. so we'll have to see if anything big came out of this meeting. what we can tell you is the backdrop is dwindling hope for getting a big deal done. as you said, president obama was pushing for a big deal, especially at the end of last week. somewhere in the neighborhood of $4 trillion in deficit reductions over the next ten year. it looked like at the end of last week, at least, speaker boehner was trying to get on that same page. it would have involved coming to the table over entitlement reforms, ib vochled republicans coming to the table ove
, but you recently, dylan were asked a question, i believe, about what you felt about your role on this network, and you asserted the fact you still believed in the principle of truth telling. you didn't like being accused of representing a liberal or a left position. that's absolutely right. that's what you do. that's why we do this job. the problem is, when you have relationships like those that have been disclosed here in the united kingdom, you have an entirely corrupted system, and public confidence now has been utterly destroyed, decimated. people don't trust police officers because they think they're selling information, routine arrests, to the media. they don't trust what's reported in the press, because they believe it's been bought by rupert murdoch, and what you end up is truth-telling being relegated to a position of insignifican insignificance, and that's a huge, as karen said, fundamental issue, which we need to think about very, very seriously, because, otherwise, you're end up in an uncivilized culture. you know that trust is absolutely critical to the interactio
and to wish you all a very happy and peaceful fourth of july. >>> dylan's here and ready to take us forward. what are you doing over this weekend? >> first of all, take your well-wishes personally as if you just wished me a happy holiday weekend. >> of course. >> assuming that was basically intended for me as i was watching it here. it was wonderful. >> always an issue with you, dylan. everything that goes around, revolves around you. and it's true. >> the flaw. the definitive character flaw that burdens my very existence, martin. >> if your show. take it away. >> have a great weekend. thank you, mr. bashir. our show does begin right now. >>> well, good afternoon to you. the big story today, obvious one. start your engines people. good friday afternoon to you. my name is dylan ratigan, and like 39 million of the rest of you, we're all getting ready to get out of dodge. here comes 5:00 and the fourth of july weekend. take a look. the cars, of course, on the road. l.a., san francisco, fort worth, chicago, summertime in america, ladies and gentlemen. lots of folks getting a jump on the
that really touch people deeply. >> i have come to a place where i call it the sound of maternity. bob dylan calls it eternal young. i think there are certain songs that help you live without fear. when you are living in fear, you invest in violence. fear is expensive, just ask president bush. inn love. and what marvin gaye says is true, war is not the answer, only love can conquer hate. these things are not cliches, they are truisms. if we implement them, you will see a transformation in the bay area, richmond, oakland, the mission. all places where we need to dismantle the violence, the fear, the unnecessary pain that goes on. >> you are a person that has lived a pretty miraculous life. pretty extraordinary what you have accomplished, the range of people you have been able to touch with your music. you chose a beautiful word in spanish for your foundation -- miracle. could you talk about what the foundation has been able to do? >> we are able to empower and give young people a way for them to develop their own decisions. i started with my own vision. there are people like andre agassi who
apparently is taking advantage of that fact. good afternoon, my name is dylan ratigan. t-minus six days' financing is ready ily the congressional budt office says both harry reid and mr. boehner plans to come up short is an understatement. the number are -- it's hard for me to sit here in a legitimate suit and news programs, to try to talk about it, because it's so ridiculous. the cbo score shows that the cuts congress promise do not exist. reid's plan is half a trillion off, whatever that means, boehner's plan, $350 billion short, working its way to half a trillion, does any of it matter when there's not enough support to get either bill through, and when you consider the fact that the whole thing is a made-up political event, basically preventing usรง from the real conversation about job creation and structure in the banks and tax code that could create prosperity, we are left with little more than pro wrestling, which actually rates well, it actually doesn't just get us anywhere. nbc's luke russert starts us off with the latest. >> reporter: around around around they go, where it st
you very much for watching. dylan ratigan picks things up. dylan, how's it going? >> very well. nice to see you. happy summer to you. >> thank you very much. same to you. >> happy to be back ear in new york city. i shaved my beard off. put oun a suit. >> had you a beard? >> i'm actually going to -- once again manifest myself as an anchorman here in new york city. and we begin, in fact, right now. "t "the dylan ratigan show." >>> well, good afternoon to you as well. but the big story, no big deal. republicans refusing the president's $4 trillion in cuts opting instead for half that number. the reason, now they say they want no new taxes a steamy but happy monday here in new york city. i'm dylan ratigan and the president wrapping up another debt meeting at the white house. what, if anything, is coming from the bickering is anyone's guess. it seems the so-called middle deal, a little over $2 trillion in cuts over the next cade is where the action is. of course it doesn't solve any of the problems, just perpetuates the two-party political system bought by the major
with the president. good afternoon to you. nice to see you on a tuesday. i am dylan ratigan. this is, of course, a little afternoon coverage here on msnbc. 100-degree weather. well, not the only thing making washington sticky and uncomfortable these days. the debt talks further from a deal now than before they began. after letting majority leader eric cantor do all the talking at the last two meeting, speaker boehner revving up attacks saying the president's problem. they want to make this obama's debt, not america's debt. take a listen. >> this debt limit increase is his problem and it's time for him 20 lead by putting his plan on the table, something that the congress can pass. >> the president presented us with three choices. smoke and mirrors. tax hikes or default. republicans choose none of the above. >> while heepted rhetoric has hopes for that $4 trillion grand bargain may be running cold, let's get straight to nbc's luke russert on capitol hill for an update on the political pro wrestling du jour. the year of the ten-year bond even at the theater gets hot. what's going on, luke? >> repo
>>> the big story, pressure cooker. good day. i'm matt miller in today for dylan ratigan. dylan's hard at work on his upcoming book. >>> a sweltering heat wave grips the nation, the pressure is turned up on washington tore a debt ceiling with just 12 days to go. the white house calling out the "new york times" for sending out a bad alert that obama and boehner are close to a major budget deal. listen in. >> the breaking news, reports that you all have probably received is incorrect. there is no deal. we are not close to a deal. >> in the house, the s&p pulls freshmen republicans aside for waiting to act. holding out to the last minute when the markets tank and believe the ball will be in their tank because in political pro wrestling time means levera leverage. meantime, the cut, cap and balance amendment, demanding a vote because it doesn't have a chance of survival. senator reid trying to put on the pressure with speaker boehner firing right back. >> time is of the essence. when there are people who want to cause problems it takes a long time to get things done. unfortunately,
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miller is in for my good friend dylan ratigan to take us forward. >> welcome back from london. an eloquent commentary. senator ron widen and former senator bill bradley are coming by to help us make sense of the debt ceiling madness. plus a in-depth look at the all-important couch potato vote. the show starts right now. >>> the big story today, boiling point. good afternoon, i'm matt miller in for dylan ratigan as dylan continues book on his upcoming book "greedy bastards." the debt debate
months, dylan and aaron doubled their workforce, now up to 6 million users, and they're moving to a new building three times as large. >> we wanted to be right in the middle of silicon valley where there is much more talent, much more capital, much more access to resources and i think this is the place to do that. >> reporter: they expect to more than triple their revenue every year for the foreseeable future. >> the biggest temptation is probably to do too much, although we're growing quickly we need to focus on what's going to drive the most value for the business. >> reporter: it does seem every corner of the silicon valley has an office park fully occupied by hot high tech companies. of course, it was that way in the 1990s and then the bubble burst. could that happen again? tim draper is the leader valley financier. it could happen again, he says, but this time conditions are different. the whole world now is the marketplace. >> you can start a business anywhere and it will spread around the world fairly quickly because we now have 3 billion users of cell phones and 2 billion users
's not in charge of it. he joins us now along with dylan glenn, a republican strategist and former special assistant to president george bush, who's also not in charge of it. thanks to both of you for coming here. let me start with you, dylan. what -- who is in charge of the gop these days? >> well, the speaker's very much in charge of that caucus. and you know, i think they had a contentious meeting of the caucus this afternoon, but by all accounts the ball's moving in the right direction. and i tend to be an optimist, but i feel like the speaker will get his votes and a lot of those tea party activists will be a part of that vote and that bill will move out of the house tomorrow at some point in my opinion. >> i think if you just look at the math you find yourself saying, steve, that the reason the tea party is so powerful is because if they stick together, even 2/3 of them, they can sort of strangle things there. >> it would take even less than that. because the democrats have made it clear that they're going to provide zero votes when this thing comes to the house tomorrow for the john
interesting characters and events that i couldn't deal with. bob dylan is in there for anybody who likes bob dylan. bob dylan has a really kind of freakish evangelical. as some may know. it happens during this period of time. i think bob jonas the pop-culture equivalent of jerry falwell during 1979. there's woody allen who rent in and out of the narrative, john wayne dies and jimmy carter tried to say that john wayne with their favorite here in ronald reagan's right and jimmy carter was wrong is what is known as the disco demolition rally, where tons is don't kids run onto the baseball field in the middle of a doubleheader and start tearing up the turkey might in the place on fire. this is just fantastic stuff. bill clinton makes an appearance at jimmy carter summit and gives advice to the president. blondie turns disco during this period of time. and best of all, i won't talk about specifics on this. there is what is known as the killer rabbit incident, which is one of the best incidence in american history correlates at the period of time and dealing with here. my intention is to tell a st
>>> the big story today, money talks. i'm matt milner for dylan ratigan. you'll be shocked. no magic the fix out of today's bipartisan sitdown at the white house. more agreeing to disagree for now. >> nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to and the parties still far apart on a wide range of issues. everybody acknowledged that there's going to be pain involved politically on all sides. >> still, the president hinting at subtle signs of progress. now pushing to double the size of proposed spending cuts to $4 trillion over ten years. democrat and republican leaders will work through the weekend and meet with president obama again on sunday. areas of potential xpra mize, closing loopholes in the tax code if it doesn't sound like a tax code and changing yearly adjustments for social security. yes, social security is back on the table. though the white house says their only goal, "strengthen the program." keep in mind the august 2nd august debt ceiling deadline is less than four weeks away. mike viqueira is live on the lawn of the white house. what if anything was acco
>>> the big story today, job wars. good afternoon, i'm matt miller, in for dylan ratigan. more than 14 million americans still out of work, further complicating the drive for a long-term budget deal. can a deal on the debt quell the uncertainty some say hurts hiring or will new spending cuts, themselves, kill jobs and turn a bad economy worse? the labor department reports a net gain of only 18,000 jobs last month. just 18,000. that's even worse than may reese' vised 25,000. at this rate the economy needs to add nearly 14 million jobs in the next three years to get the rate down to 6%. that's 382,000 a month. and we've never seen that kind of growth ever. and don't forget, that 9.2% unemployment rate is deceiving when you add in the nearly 1 million this couraged workers who have given up hope and 8.6 million settling for part-time gigs, the rate balloons to more like 16%. republicans are already running with this report, heading into sunday's do or die debt meeting at the white house. get a listen. >> the stimulus spending binge, excessive government regulations, and our overwhelmin
with averting a family tragedy. jake mccoy's 3-year-old son dylan fell 40 feet down a well at the family's home near canton. dylan managed to stay afloat in 10 feet of water while dad climbed down the slippery rock walls to rescue him. >> i told him to calm down, it's going to be all right, that daddy's coming, stoto crying, it's going to be okay. >> my heart was down there with him. i didn't know what to do, i didn't know what to think. >> can you imagine, heart would be in your shoes you'd be so scared. father and son both ended up stuck in the bottom of the well so firefighters pulled the boy to safety and his dad was so worried about him that he climbed out on his own. the family says things could have turned out much differently but dylan just learned to swim this summer. a happy pair now that's for sure. >> might be time to fill in the well. >> maybe a grate. good idea. >>> here is your monday forecast. stormy with hail and gusty winds from south dakota all the way to western pennsylvania. popup showers and thunderstorms for the gulf coles. heavy rain in the four corners region in the wes
dylan you don't need a weather man to know it's hot out there. so hot, we're going to ask is overpopulation partly responsible for global warming? and caddy sacked. few people closer than a golfer and his caddy, tiger woods' firing of his caddy of 13 years is beginning to look like an ugly divorce. the caddy has said five words that must terrify tiger and thrill his critics. those words, when i wrote a book. >>> finally, let me finish with the end of your neighborhood and mine. >>> we start with senator ben harden today. tell us the latest on the deal. >> it's good to be with you. we've got to pass the debt ceiling by august 2nd. really it's the republicans in the house that are holding this up. the president's trying to come together with an agreement. the bottom line is we've got to increase the debt ceiling. we can't jeopardize the credit of america. we need a credible plan, a balancedn, cprehensive plan to get the deficit under control, it needs to include revenues. >> it clear to you that the difficulty is on the gop side of the aisle? i ask because he's the president
and son both ended up stuck at the bottom of the well. then firefighters came to the rescue. luckily dylan learned to swim this summer. >>> a gruelling day at the tour de frarae. the world class cyclists are ready for anything but maybe not this. being hit by a car. he was sent flying by a tv car. he falls off his bike, tumbling into a bashed wire fence. both riders did manage to finish the race. >> teaea usa celebrating an epi victory at the women's world cup in germany. they delivered a stinging defeat to brazil. now they're setting their sights on the french. bob holtzman has highlights. >> reporter: this will be the snapshot that people remember. but this was the play that won the match. a hope solo save. >> i had a feeling on that third kicker that i was going to outplay her that moment. i think confidence goes a long way. >> going into the penalty kicks, we got hope, we're good. we knew that she's going to save one. >> she's unbelievable. that's why she's hope solo. why she's the best goalkeeper hands down. >> reporter: the dramatic save may never had happened had her first counted.
did not hesitate to put himself in harm's way. >> reporter: 3-year-old dylan mccoy turned deadly serious on saturday. he was jumping on a rotting piece of plywood, the wood gave way and dylan plunged 40 feet. hearing terrifying screams, they lowered a ladder into the well. but it wasn't long enough. >> my heart was down there with him. i didn't know what to do. >> reporter: it was nearly pitch black at the end of the well. he was in water that was 10 feet deep. dylan learned how to swim this summer, he kept treading water. his father reached his child, holding him as they waited for help. >> i told him to calm down. it's going to be all right. that daddy's coming. stop crying. it's going to be okay. >> reporter: finally the fire department arrive pulling dylan from the abyss. his dad was so worried about his son he didn't wait to be rescued himself and quickly clampered up to escape. >> i feel that he had an angel with him the whole way. something was protecting him. >> reporter: for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news. >> terrific story. >>> now, here's our diane sawye
" album and feature special performers. >>> on this day in 1965, bob dylan shocked audiences at the newport folk festival performing his first electric set. all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight, watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." >>> finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. the latest on the tragic death of singer amy winehouse and whether it could have been prevented. and 007 actor daniel craig talks about his new role in "cowboys and aliens" and what to expect in the next james bond film. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm amara sohn. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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